Sachi Nahas Reporter

Sachi Nahas is a junior at Redwood High School and is a Reporter for The Redwood Bark. She is always looking forward to the weekend and is usually seen spending time with her family and friends. She also loves meeting new people and is open to trying new things.

Contact Sachi Nahas: SNahas@redwoodbark.org.


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The first five years of Redwood Bark News

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The Redwood Bark is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018! In honor of past news stories, we have chosen eight of some of the most dramatic and important news pieces from the first five years of Bark News. Here is a interactive timeline summary of the article.   News story #1:  October 1958, Student Publications, […]

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Girls’ varsity basketball triumphs against Tam

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The girls’ varsity basketball team triumphed 37-29 against Tamalpais (Tam) in their most recent game on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Previously in the season, the Giants have defeated their MCAL opponents by 17 or more points. With a difference of eight points, Redwood’s win versus Tam was their first close game of the season and the […]

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Marin’s best weekend breakfast places to satisfy an empty stomach

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Click below to read a review of some of the best weekend breakfast places in Marin rated by atmosphere, best dishes, service and affordability.

Blocking her competitor out of the way, junior Alexis Nunez defends the ball.

Girls’ varsity soccer overthrows San Marin

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On Saturday, Dec. 12, the girls’ varsity soccer team defeated San Marin 9-1, maintaining a powerful defense and superlative offensive skills throughout the game. After their 3-1 loss against Montgomery High last Thursday, the girls aimed to redeem themselves and play their hardest to make a comeback. Junior Alexis Nunez commented regarding the team’s first […]

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Childhood speech delay won’t get in Jack Rousseau’s way

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You may have seen him play tennis against his co-host in season seven of Redwood TV, or watched him interview a variety of student athletes, ranging from golfers to cheerleaders. Senior Jack Rousseau is known throughout Redwood as a sports host for Redwood TV, and his friendly charisma and outgoing personality make it easy for […]

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Rated “R” for Ridiculous Age Restriction

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For an infographic on this topic click here. Months in advance, you hear about an exciting new movie, and you can’t wait to see it.. A couple of weeks later, the trailer is released. You watch it again and again, becoming even more anxious to see the complete film. A few more weeks pass by […]

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Jump into fall by visiting Marin’s best pumpkin patches

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Decorating doorsteps, carved with silly faces or baked into pies, pumpkins are a fall necessity. Shy until autumn, the vibrant orange, cloudy white or mellow green pumpkins make their first appearance on the first day of October. For those seeking the true fall pumpkin patch experience, below are some of the best patches in Marin. […]

Defending the field, junior Caroline Soja runs towards the ball.

Varsity field hockey team completes third season with a win

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Ending their season with an overall 4-1 record, the girls’ varsity field hockey team defeated Berkeley High School 3-0 this Tuesday, Sept. 26. Redwood came prepared, even though they previously beat Berkeley 2-1 in overtime at the beginning of September .   After a couple of missed shots during the first half of the first […]

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San Domenico religious statues removed from campus

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  San Domenico School recently caused controversy with their decision to take down a number of religious statues on campus. Located in San Anselmo, San Domenico is a K-12 private school with an international boarding program for students in grades 9-12. The statue of Saint Dominic, the school’s father figure, sits at the front of […]

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Core group of returning players holds girls’ water polo team in place

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With six returning seniors, the girls’ varsity water polo team is boosting their skills to a whole new level. Coach Kirstein Frazer has high hopes for their season, even with the variety of skills and grade levels making up the varsity team. The girls ended their last season with a splash, finishing with an overall […]